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Rock USA and the American Way! A Freedom…

Rock USA and the American Way! A Freedom Handbook

by Edna Cucksey Stephens

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Join American Eagle, Rock U.S.A.™ and the L.A.P.'s™ Ants, Abigail and Antonio on a patriotic journey through the alphabet. From American Dream, to Core Democratic Values, to Literacy to Yankee Doodle, to Time Zones and Zip Codes, this book highlights American events, places, people and concepts that are the foundation of freedom and the American way of life. Written by Edna Cucksey Stephens Illustrated by Mark J. Herrick

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